This article written by Dr. Ronald Lally from Phi Delta Kappa describes the research showing that school readiness preparation begins in infancy.
Provide care early or pay later – a short interview with Walter Gilliam
Walter Gilliam is the Elizabeth Mears and House Jameson Professor of Child Psychiatry and Psychology at the Yale University Child Study Center and the Director of The Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy. Walter is on the Board of Directors of ZERO TO THREE, the Board of Directors, Child Care Aware of […]
Babies As Learners: Curious, Motivated, and Vulnerable, Presented by J. Ronald Lally
Dr. Lally talks about the necessity for policymakers and parents to understand that babies are curious, motivated learners born with a brain that is genetically wired to seek meaning and learn language. (2 minutes)
Babies Need Bonding- a short presentation by J. Ronald Lally
Dr. Ron Lally talks about the importance of bonding and attachment in infancy and shares research on the adult’s role in the emotional wiring of the brain. (1 minute 38 seconds)
Discussion Guide (Version 1): For Our Babies: Ending the Invisible Neglect of America’s Infants
This guide is intended to help people lead fun “book‐club‐style” discussions on the For Our Babies: Ending the Invisible Neglect of America’s Infants book.
Making decisions on maternity leave and associated mother/child outcomes, Dr. Guendelman (2009)
Research paper exploring decisions on maternity leave and associated mother/child outcomes.